Re: Well I am in XFCE for right now since LDXE keeps crapping out
On Tue, 2014-04-22 at 10:11 +0200, Slavko wrote:
> Dňa Mon, 21 Apr 2014 23:51:33 -0500 "c. marlow" <email@example.com>
> > DOES NOT WORK....... I can still log in and they're in a different
> > order everytime...
> I am using the XFCE from time when 4.8 was in testing (more precise,
> when KDE 4.1 came to testing) and i never saw this. I am sure, that
> mistake is somewhere in your PC, perhaps some conflicts with LXDE - in
> mean missing some package from XFCE and used from LXDE?
> > it says I am using xfce 4.8 right now fully up to date...
> It seems as Debian stable?
> > Im so exhausted I just about give up on Linux, just about ready to
> > scrape up the money, go to walmart and buy me a Windows Machine.. In
> > the last week I have tried LMDE both made and cinnamon
> The money reason to switch to Linux? Understand i properly? Only for
> money? IMHO bad choice, free software is about freedom, not about
> > now, Debian Xfce ( just removed all of LXDE's packages in synaptic
> > instead of reformatting) and LXDE.
> Sounds good. I did this more times (mostly while testing new Debian
> releases in VBox), but sometime a go to troubles, due forgotten/missing
> packages. To solve this is time consumed task - ff the PC has not a lot
> of custom settings/data yet i can to suggest to start from new
> But it is good start to learn more and try to solve this by
> investigating packages dependencies. To find, if the installed
> packages are the first (higher priority by default) from XFCE
> packages :-)
You know what I did was, I went though synaptic and typed in anything
with LX and removed any packages with LXDE in it, so far xfce says the
computer has been up 11 hours 42. min... So far so good, keeping fingers
crossed! But I might do what you said eventually fresh format and start
over. I will have to come back in a couple days and let you know how
things are going but so far no more X crashes. ^_^